Hidden data with JS

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  • Kara

    Hi FabriScraping,

    You can use the Octoparse XPath Tool to test the page structure when it's loading in the built-in browser, to learn more, please refer to: https://helpcenter.octoparse.com/hc/en-us/articles/360021314091-Octoparse-XPath-Tool

    Best regards,

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  • FabriScraping

    Hi Kara,

    thanks for your answer. O checked and I got confirmed that Octoparse shows that page after the JS encription has taken place. Therefore there is no possibility to retrieve most of the data.

    Just a personal note and suggestion for the future, I believe that an approach as Firefox doe would be more productive. Firefox, I do not know how as I am not techical at that point, shows the page structure before Js has made it unreadable.

    For your reference an example is:

    https://www.manomano.it/p/vela-ombreggiante-triangolare-in-polietilene-620-x-620-x-620-cm-7231724?model_id=2061347

    Regards
    Fabrizio

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  • Kara

    Hi Fabrizio,

    Thank you for your suggestion, I'll make sure to forward it to our Product Team, appreciate it.

    Best regards,

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